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Fall Birding Course with Scott Surner
September 12, 2015—7:00 am - 12:00 pm$200 – $240
Join local bird expert Scott Surner for this special fall birding course. There will be an evening class component to prepare for each following field trip. Evening classes will be held at the Hitchcock Center. For all field trips bring binoculars and guides, food and water and dress for the weather. Carpooling will be arranged in class. Space is limited. August 26-November 15. Members $200/Non-members $240 for the series.
This course is currently full. Please register to be added to the wait list.
Wednesday Evening Classes at the Hitchcock Center:
August 26, September 9, October 7, October 28, November 11
August 29th (Saturday All Day) 5:00am – Dusk
South bound shorebirds, Egrets, Terns, Gulls and perhaps fall warblers.
September 12th (Saturday) 7:00am-12:00pm
Fall Warblers/Vireo’s, etc.
September 19th (Saturday) 7:00am-12:00pm
October 10th (Saturday All Day)
We will bird a number Gates and access roads including Dana Spruces, Dana Common, Graves Landing etc. Waterfowl, Warblers, Vireos, Sparrows etc. Bring Lunch.
October 18th (Sunday) 7:00am – 12:00pm
Honey Pot-East Meadows
November 8th (Sunday) 6:00am – 3:00pm
Waterfowl. We’ll visit Cheshire Reservoir, Lake Pontoosuc, Lake Onota, Richmond Pond and Mudd Pond. Bring Lunch.
November 14 & 15th (Weekend Trip)
Saturday: Coastal Maine/Salisbury/Plum Island.
Sunday: Depending on the reports. Continue in Newburyport area or make our way to Cape Ann. (Depart for home by 2:00pm.)
Harlequin Duck, King Eider, Red-throated Loon, Purple Sandpipers, etc. More information to come.